Kerala Plus Two Result 2019 on May 8

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala will announce the Kerala Plus Two result 2019 on May 8, 2019 (tomorrow), as per NDTV report. Citing to an official release, DHSE is preparing to release Kerala Plus Two (Higher Secondary or Class 12 or Plus 2) result before on May 8. The results will be released on Wednesday at 11.00 A.M., according to an official communication.

The results are expected to be released from the state capital, Thiruvananthapuram. The Kerala Plus Two results are being released two days earlier than it was announced last year. In 2018, the Directorate had announced the Kerala DHSE results for second-year students on May 10. The Kerala Plus 2 results will be released on official websites like Kerala, and noted the report.

In another related development today, Kerala Board of Secondary Education has announced the Class X or Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination results yesterday. The results have been published on According to officials, 98.11 per cent of students qualified for higher education when the results were announced yesterday.

Kerala DHSE held both the Plus One and Plus Two examinations from March 6 to 27 this year. The directorate has conducted DHSE Plus One and Plus Two annual examinations for around 9 lakh candidates. Last year, the DHSE released Kerala Plus One results in the last week of May. Last year, of the total 3.69 lakh students who wrote the exam, 3.09 lakh have passed in the exam. The overall pass percentage last year was 83.75. Kannur district was the district with most pass percentage at 86.75 per cent in 2018 and Pathanamthitta had the lowest pass with 77.16%. Last year during the Kerala DHSE Plus Two results, Malappuram was the district with most A + students while 79 schools scored 100% pass percentage, added the report.

In pursuance of the National Policy on Education, the Government of Kerala established the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education in the year 1990. The Directorate is envisaged as a central agency of the state government seeking to promote all-round development in Higher Secondary Education by establishing appropriate philosophies, adequate institutional network, effective administrative systems and well-qualified and motivated staff necessary to carry out academic and administrative responsibilities.

The pre-degree courses had to be segregated from University education to bring them under the ambit of the authority of the Directorate. This had been done in a phased manner and the entire process of de-linking was completed in 2000-2001. The dearth of manpower and meagre infrastructure facilities have been the serious maladies tormenting the department right from its inception. But transcending all limitations, the concerted efforts by all levels of functionaries at the Directorate have helped it to become a full-fledged department and to attain organisational success.

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